Deputy Minister Paradza "Owes" His Life To COVID-19 Vaccine
Deputy Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Kindness Paradza said vaccination saved him from death after he contracted the novel coronavirus over a month ago.
The Makonde legislator (ZANU PF), said he spent the whole of last month battling COVID-19 and insists that if he had not been vaccinated, he could have died.
Speaking at Umboe during a handover ceremony of 19 motorcycles to Makonde Rural District Council councillors, Paradza said:
COVID-19 is real and people should embrace vaccines that are being offered by the Government for free.
I am speaking from experience as a survivor as I spent the whole of July hospitalised. I also spent days on a ventilator as I struggled with breathing.
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I am, however, alive because I was vaccinated and, had I not been, we should be talking of something else today.
We have to take up the jabs to lessen the severity of the new COVID-19 strain, the Delta variant which is ravaging countries the world over.
Makonde councillors decided to forgo their transport allowances and instead let the council use the money to buy 20 motorcycles valued at $2.5 million allocating one to each of the 19 councillors.
The 20th bike is for the council’s treasury, to move around collecting money the council is owed.